Ipsy│March 2017

Hey dolls! Today I am going to be sharing with you guys what I received in my March Ipsy bag. I was really pleased with last month's bag and was really excited about the products inside-so up my alley, not to mention great picks that will transition well into spring.

Skone Cosmetics Luxe Pro Blending Brush: I can never have enough eye blending brushes, and this one from Skone Cosmetics is a nice new addition to my collection. Not only does is do a great job at applying and blending out shadows in the crease, the synthetic bristles are also really soft and I am loving the rose gold accents.

Mudmasky Facial Detox Purifying Recovery Mask: I love treating my skin with face masks so this was a total score in my bag. This ph-balanced mask helps rid the skin of toxins and bacteria. It also preserves the skin's moisture, which is such a win for me since my skin is currently on the drier side.

Tarte Tarteist Quick Dry Matte Lip Paint: This liquid lipstick from Tarte is giving me so much life right now. It contains an amazing applicator that makes application a breeze, and the formula is super smooth, easy to work with, fast drying and long-wearing. I received the color Delish, a gorgeous neutral rosy mauve.

City Color Cosmetics Photo Chic Dark Spot Corrector: I was really surprised by this corrector. My undereye circles are always an issue, and the peachy hue in this helps neutralize and counteract the blue and purple tones of my circles and prepares it for the concealer that I layer over it. I just love how much brighter my undereye area looks when I use this corrector in conjunction with my concealer. The results are just fabulous. The formula is very creamy and on the thicker side, so a little bit of product always goes a long way. And setting with a powder is a must for a long wear time.

So Susan Blush And Glow: This blush contains multi-chromatic pigments that adjusts to the perfect for color for your skin tone. Very cool and unique! I haven't given this blush a try yet but, I did swatch it on my hand and I am digging the gorgeous and illuminating soft peachy hue.

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What did you all think of last month's Ipsy bag?

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